SPARC and the Annie E. Casey Foundation, together with the Legal Center for Foster Care and Education (a collaboration of the American Bar Association, Juvenile Law Center, and Education Law Center-PA) held The Uninterrupted Scholars Act: How Do Recent Changes to FERPA Help Child Welfare Agencies Get Access to School Records? webinar on Tuesday, June 18th. If you weren’t able to join us for the webinar, or would like to review the presentation, view the slides and follow along with the audio player below.

Speakers included Kristin Kelly, Staff Attorney, American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law; and Maura McInerney, Staff Attorney, Education Law Center-PA.

The Legal Center for Foster Care & Education Q&A document referenced in the presentation can be downloaded here.

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